John Montano Named GM of Washington, D.C. Renaissance Hotel

the mayflower renaissance washington dc hotelHere's a name to remember if you have clients headed to Washington, D.C. this election year: John Montano has been named general manager of The Mayflower Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel, effective immediately. Montano will oversee the hotel as it undergoes a multi-million dollar redesign of the lobby, restaurant, bar and retail space. 

Most recently, he was the General Manager at the New York Marriott Downtown, and Montano has over 30 years of hospitality experience with Marriott International, Inc. Previously, he was the Hotel Manager of the New York Marriott Marquis in Times Square.  He has also served as General Manager of both the Bridgewater Marriott and Princeton Marriott, both in New Jersey.

The Mayflower Renaissance Hotel opened in 1925 and is an historic landmark close to the White House and Dupont Circle.

The hotel is located at 1127 Connecticut Avenue NW. For more information, visit

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